However, Ade’s mother said her daughter told her she will be coming next week to spend the easter holiday.
Speaking to newsmen at her residence, she said: “I spoke with her on Friday afternoon and she promised to come to see me next week so we could celebrate Easter together.
“She’s a daughter I don’t want to miss in life. She had a loving heart, she was friendly and didn’t like trouble.
“When they called me around 7 am that my daughter had been shot by the Police, I rushed down there and saw my child lying dead. A girl of just 20 years died like a chicken.
“What did they find on her that made them fire her? If they had shot the tyre, at least the car would stop.
“Is that what the government want for us? I want justice for my child,” she wept.